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Virginia Woolf, ‘A Haunted House’

Virginia Woolf’s (whose birthday is today) short story ‘A Haunted House’ is a superb modernist reworking of the classic Gothic haunted house tale. In its tenderness, it might be a fine example of what Catherine Spooner calls ‘happy Gothic’. https://www.charleston.org.uk/a-haunted-house-by-virginia-woolf/

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Happy Gothic Hogmanay – You Can Close Your Box Now Pandora!

I am hoping Pandora will close her box today for the Hogmanay and we can all celebrate the rise of Happy Gothic!! 2017 will see the launch of the OGOM Research Centre and the completion of our ‘Company of Wolves’ … Continue reading

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Goths Just Wanna have Fun!

Thanks to those who shared or commented on my article in The Conversation. I replied to over 40 comments on the day. There are some gems in this publication and I have just uncovered Catherine Spooner’s article Goths Just Wanna … Continue reading

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